From: 275,00 €
This unique tool allows exact thickness measurements of stringed instruments to be made without disassembly. The small counter-magnet is passed through the instrument’s f-hole and follows the gauge around every edge and curve, allowing the exact thickness to be measured at any place on the body. Accurate to within ...
330,00 € excl. VAT
Precise tool with a digital reading enables to control and maintain one of the most important dimensions on a violin – the fingerboard projection. A precise value to be obtained in a second, works also with smaller sizes of violins and with all sizes of viola, just set the ...
66,00 € excl. VAT
For measuring the wall thickness of musical instruments, cladding, hollow bodies and veneer etc. Robust cast-aluminium frame with precision dial gauge. Measuring range is 30 mm, display accuracy is 0.1 mm. A left-handed version is available on request. Max. opening 200 mm (violin), pin head A.
From: 255,00 €
Fits No. 707101, 707102, 707103, 707097, 707098 and 707099.
5,00 € excl. VAT
Fits No. 707101, 707102, 707103, 707097, 707098, 707099. Top and bottom.
22,00 € excl. VAT
A handsome gauge for quick and easy check of principal dimensions on the violin, checks the proper scale length and fingerboard projection. Both vital dimensions for playability of a violin. Useful for both teachers for checking an instrument of a pupil and in a violinmaking shop for both quick ...
9,00 € excl. VAT
Measure over the fingerboard. The string projection is an essential indicator how precisely is the instrument set-up, especially the values by the upper saddle and lower fingerboard edge. String Projection GaugesThe gauge is designed to measure the projection of the string (gap between the bottom of the string and ...
From: 77,00 €
String projection over individual frets is an essential parameter of the instrument set-up. String Projection GaugesThe gauge is designed to measure the projection of the string (gap between the bottom of the string and the fingerboard surface or fret top). The use is simple, in two steps: 1. Placing ...
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